John M. Vanderbilt
[letterhead]The Missionaries are all well & I know will be happy to hear of your happiness. I expect to be in Wrangel shortly when I will see them all. Now my dear friend it is so kind of you to renew the offer that you made me lst winter of assistance — I have stock in the Co in the name of my wife unpaid for an they have very kindly accommodated me in the way of time and I desire very much to secure it to her – your offer again has my deepest appreciation and I accept your kind offer if you are yet in
1880 Jun 9
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 20 cm.
Reel 04, Image 0203
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